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Why Stay At Reserva Conchal
The Reserva Conchal's 412 full-service condo rentals combine residential touches (full-service kitchen, washer-dryer) with resort amenities like golf, spa, and a two-mile, white-sand beach.
Costa Rica's Reserva Conchal—situated between forests and ocean in the Guanacaste region—is one of the country's best-located properties, offering easy access to Rincon de la Vieja National Park, Arenal Volcano, and popular local beaches (Tamarindo, Langosta, and Avellana). The expansive resort itself is a mix of condos, residences, and a Westin property; Reserva Conchal guests stay in one of 412 private, Spanish-Colonial cottages, complete with tiled roofs, wrought-iron touches, a full-service kitchen, and a private terrace. Claim a spot at the Beach Club & Spa, a central gathering spot designed by Costa Rican architect Antonio Cardona, for tamarindo iced tea and views that extend along the 700-acre property, towards windsurfers, kayakers, and adventurers on horseback.
Depending on the location of your villa, the walk to the beach may be over two miles. Call the front desk for a complimentary beach shuttle.
Pay your Costa Rica departure tax at the hotel to avoid the airport's notoriously long line.
Arrive at Cabo Velas Airport (TNO) which is approximately 8 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 15 minutes of travel time. Or elect to arrive at Daniel Oduber International Airport (LIR) which is approximately 39 miles (60 minutes) from the resort.Playa Conchal, Cabo Velas, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Whirlpool
- Beach Access
- Beach Club
- Spa Treatments
- Beauty Salon
- Golf Course
- Westin Kids Club
- Fitness Center
- Tennis Courts
- Internet Access (Club Lounge)
- Concierge Services
- Internet Access
- Radio Alarm Clocks
- Free Daily Newspaper
- Mini Bars
- Coffee Makers
- In-Room Safes
- Iron + Ironing Boards
- Beach Dining
- 24-hour In-Room Dining
- 4 person max occupancy in the Two-Bedroom Residence
- 6 person max occupancy in the Three-Bedroom Residence
Why We Love Cabo Velas
Populated by American pensioners, international surfers, and tico farmers, this coastal corridor claims some of the country's finest hotels. Inland you'll find one of the last intact dry tropical forests of Central America.
Highway 1, Liberia; (888) 735-0703
Outdoor Excursion: For a bird's-eye view of the Costa Rican rainforest, take a canopy zip-line tour in Tamarindo, 30 minutes away, with Monkey Jungle Tours. Santa Rosa, Tamarindo.
Where to Eat: El Camaron Dorado, in nearby Playa Brasilito, serves large portions of locally-caught seafood. Don't miss the arroz a la marinera (seafood and rice plate); call ahead to reserve a table on the beach.
Dinner for two $40.
Where to Drink: Pacifico is the area's quintessential beachfront nightlife joint, where live music is performed every night of the week.
Drinks for two $20.
Why Go Now
July 25, 2012
This annual celebration of the Guanacaste province's annexation includes street dances, marimba concerts, and Costa Rican-style bullfights.
Various venues, Guanacaste.
Pacific Surfing Season
Late summer is the best time for surfing along Costa Rica's western coast.
September 15, 2012
Costa Rican Independence Day
Costa Rica's national holiday culminates with the entire nation's simultaneous singing of the national anthem at 6:00 pm.
October - December 2012
Giant Leatherback sea turtles lay eggs on the beaches of Las Baulas National Marine Park in late fall. Nesting sites are only accessible with a guide.